A recent fiberglass resin cast sign!
The town of Indian Shores Florida is creating 5 monument signs and we’ve been contracted to create the fiberglass resin Indian and wave forms for the signs. This involves creating 6 models, 6 molds, and 14 casts. The following images will show the construction process through this journey.
Stage 1 – Construct 3 Indian figures and 3 wave forms
Step 1 – Cut figures and forms on CNC out of HDU foam and laminate into blocks.
Step 2 – Draw and carve foam
Stage 2 – Make the molds –
3 Indian and 3 wave molds
Step 1 – Prime the foam models and spray lacquer to seal the foam and make a surface easy to release from.
Step 2 – Brush on 4 layers of silicone as a flexible mold.
Step 3 – Define ridge lines where the mother mold (hard shell) will separate. We cut bubble sheets…
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